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Berkeley Square is a town square in the borough of Westminster in the West End of London. It is bordered by Hyde Park in the west, Covent Garden in the east, the West End in the north and St James’s Park in the south. Mostly a residential area, property in the square is extremely highly sought after and rarely comes on the open market. As a result property owners can expect to command a high premium for their assets when compared with neighbouring affluent areas. One notable past resident of the square includes a childhood Winston Churchill. The square was originally designed in the mid nineteen hundreds by architect William Kent and also features a statue dating back to the same period by sculptor Alexander Munro. The area is well served by transport links with Green Park and Bond Street tube stations providing excellent access to office space in the central business district as well as tourist and cultural sites throughout the city. Places of interest: Lansdowne House, 50 Berkeley Square (haunted house), the childhood home of Winston Churchill, Royal Institution of Great Britain, Royal Academy of Arts, Oxford Street, St Christopher’s Place, Liberty of London, Spencer House.